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Improved Production Racing Australia

Improved Production is one of the fastest growing categories of circuit racing in Australia. Improved Production cars are defined as 'commercially available touring cars' and are allowed a reasonable level of modification to allow both the racer and the designer room to create an exciting form of race car.
 Improved Production Racing have clubs in each state which are affiliated members of CAMS, thereby enabling the club and members of entry to CAMS sanctioned motor sport activities.

IPRA is a popular support category for a number of the V8 Supercar and Fujitsu V8 Rounds held throughout Australia. IPRA also races as a support category for the Bathurst 12 Hour Endurance event.

Each State runs it's own IPRA Championship and once a year, the Improved Production Nationals are held on a rotational basis. There is also an Interstate challenge series run throughout NSW, Victoria and South Australia, giving all competitors the chance to pit their skills against other tracks and drivers!!
National title events are hotly contested and are a form of positive rivalry between the states, to see who is the quickest. Different circuits favour different cars, which promote's a wide range of outcomes for the event. Thus far, Roger Hurd of Tasmania is the only person to have won the title 4 times.

For more information please visit your respective states pages.


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